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Equal Treatment: Challenging racism and health inequalities

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Equal Treatment has been a short term project aiming to challenge racism and health inequalities faced by people with learning disabilities from minority ethnic communities and their families.

The work has been led by three partner organisations, Changing Our LivesContact and Include Me Too. They have been working with self-advocacy groups, family groups and community groups to support them to think about their role and action they can take in challenging racism. 

Join this session to hear about what they have learnt during the project and find out about the resources you can use too

This session is running twice

27th June 2pm

28th June 10am

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